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  1. Greetings I'me here to request a function that has already been asked by other users but you keep ignoring it despite it being a very simple function. BTW illustrator doesn't have it either, but there is a strange way to do it on illustrator. The function is the break apart combine text. It is difficult to explain, and I've seen a post of a user requesting the same function and you didn't understood what he was requesting. I send you an image for you to understand better. I use this function a lot, because I write the artistic text with using paragraphs, then I break it to resize or format each line, if I click Break again it will separate the words that are grouped in a single line on different objects. It is useful specially to do things like the design example image that I attached. NOTE: the break command maintain the fonts, it doesn't convert text to curves, that's the advantage. Best regards
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